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CONFIGCTL(1)		     libSystem User Manual		  CONFIGCTL(1)

NAME
       configctl - Generic tool	to parse and update configuration files

SYNOPSIS
       configctl -f filename -a

       configctl -f filename [-q | -v] [section.] variable...

       configctl -w -f filename	[-q | -v] [section.] variable [=value]...

DESCRIPTION
       configctl is a generic tool for parsing and updating configuration
       files.

OPTIONS
       configctl expects the name of a variable	to be specified	on the command
       line, optionally	following a section name delimited with	a dot (".").
       In write	mode, a	new value can be set after an equal ("=") delimiter.
       The following options are available:

       -a
	   Print every value set in every section for this file.

       -f
	   Filename to parse or	update.

       -q
	   Disable output on the standard stream.

       -v
	   Be more verbose.

       -w
	   Update a value or add a new one, and	save it	back into the original
	   file.

BUGS
       Issues can be listed and	reported at
       http://www.defora.org/os/project/bug_list/27/libSystem.

SEE ALSO
       configure(1)

AUTHOR
       Pierre Pronchery	<khorben@defora.org>
	   Code	and documentation.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2014, 2015, 2016 Pierre Pronchery <khorben@defora.org>

       This manual page	was written for	the DeforaOS project (and may be used
       by others).

       Permission is granted to	copy, distribute and/or	modify this document
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 as
       published by the	Free Software Foundation.

DeforaOS libSystem		 July 02, 2017			  CONFIGCTL(1)

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